For the Patient

Obstructive Sleep Apnea, or OSA, is a potentially serious sleep disorder that results in breathing interruptions during sleep. Patients suffer from repeated starting and stopping of breathing during sleep, which can result in:


  • Loud snoring
  • Fatigue and daytime sleepiness
  • Headaches
  • Cardiovascular problems
  • Sleep-deprived partners
  • Impaired cognitive abilities
  • High blood-pressure

CPAP therapy and equipment is one of the most common methods of treating OSA. While effective, patients may report issues with pricing and discomfort, such as:

  • High co-pay or difficulty getting insurance coverage
  • Embarrassment using the CPAP mask and equipment
  • Discomfort using the CPAP mask and equipment
  • Frustration with noise levels
  • Difficulty traveling with the CPAP equipment
  • Difficulty cleaning the mask and tubes

EPAP retains the efficacy of CPAP therapy without the cumbersome equipment, cost, or need for electricity. Contact us or your provider for more information.